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  • adj. Lacking sufficient flavor.


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under- +‎ flavored


  • The thick homemade rice noodles in the chicken soup ($6.50) offer the appealing texture of Gummi bears, though the broth itself was underflavored.

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  • A solid, if slightly underflavored, example that's an exceptional value.

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  • Don’t consider this a review, but if I were to judge by my lukewarm, chalky, underflavored black risotto topped with three dry and tasteless shrimp — the kind of dish you might get at an aggravating Midtown expense-account restaurant — I would be, um, underwhelmed.

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  • Ninety percent of the customers at Riva seem to end up with pizza at one point in the meal, and even in a city saturated with new pizza concepts, Travi's pies have their niche - crusts thin and pliable as shirt cardboard, bottoms annealed shiny and black by the heat of the brick oven, and sparingly topped with things like tomato and buffalo mozzarella, underflavored meatballs, shrimp "scampi," or potatoes and Fontina cheese, a concoction that turns out to resemble a custardy French gratin plopped down on a crust.

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